Make the best of your Euro-trip
A trip to Europe should include tours of the 3 main cities, i.e., London, Paris, and Amsterdam. You may fly to London and then use train or bus transport to travel to Paris and then Amsterdam. Even though you can visit these spectacular cities all year round, it is best to travel during the spring or summer months. Ensure that all the travel and lodging requirements are done in advance so as to avail of discounts and thus save money. The itinerary of a 10-day trip to Europe can include the following.
The first day can comprise of a visit to the magnificent National Gallery. Check out the eclectic and captivating collections and then head towards Eros statue located at Piccadilly Circus. The fun continues with a visit to the bohemian districts of London, Soho, and Chinatown. End the day with a shopping extravaganza at Oxford Street. The second day should be reserved for the most famous London attractions, the Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace. Later head down to the very popular Harrods department store and enjoy another shopping spree. Finally, trot down to Hyde Park and relax under the noon sun. Day three is a mix of stuff. Go to the Tower and experience the supernatural. Pass through the Tower Bridge and take a halt at the Globe Theatre. It is well-known for its productions of many Shakespearean plays. Finish the day with a trip to the London eye and enjoy serene views of the city.
The first thing that you need to do after leaving your baggage at the Paris hotel is to make your way to the Eiffel Tower. Regale in the magnificence of the structure and the surrounding gardens. Later, go for a stroll and check out the nearby attractions. End the day soothing your eyes with the attractive collections at the Orsay Museum. The second day can consist of a visit to the Louvre to see ‘Mona Lisa’ and other iconic artworks. Fans of the weird can check out the Paris Catacombs that has the remains of 6 million individuals. As evening arrives, immerse in the breathtaking beauty of the Pantheon and Notre Dame. The last day can consist of fun activities such as peaceful strolls along Tuileries Garden and Avenue des Champs-Élysées, a visit to the Moulin Rouge cabaret, and trips to windmills-abundant Montmartre district and the stunning Sacré Coeur Basilica.
Reserve the first day for visits to the numerous museums of this beautiful city such as the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, and Heineken beer museum. Take a stroll around the city center and check out the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, striking churches, and other tourist attractions. Check out the one solitary floating flower market on the planet, Amsterdam’s Chinatown, and the Medieval Age-ancient yet beautiful complex Begijnhof. As evening approaches, go to the well-known Red Light District and discover the mystique of the area. Reserve the last day of the Europe trip to ensuring that everything is packed and ready for the return trip home.
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